08-09 JUNE 2021 / VIRTUAL EVENT
The roundtables at High Growth are topic specific events taking place virtually on various dates throughout June. Hosted by the BVCA, supported by our sponsors, and complimentary to attendees, they provide an intimate opportunity to engage with other GPs and management teams from investee companies on topics of common interest. Please be advised that places at these roundtables are limited and pending confirmation from the BVCA.
Register your interest in attending a roundtable discussion by using the links below. These events are open to GPs, LPs and high growth businesses.
Over the past few years, there has been a steady increase in portfolio financing transactions. This trend started with the application of preferred equity and has led directly to an uptick in NAV-based loan facilities. Private equity managers are now using NAV-based portfolio finance to help them generate liquidity and raise more capital for their management companies and the funds they manage. In this roundtable we will explore how NAV-based financing can be beneficial for both managers and investors.
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If ever there has been a time for PE/VC investors to demonstrate that they really are more than just the money, it’s been over the last 12 months. How have relationships with portfolio companies fared? What have investors done to support the management teams whether that has been through unforeseen challenge or, as has been the case in some businesses, unforeseen growth or rapid pivoting. What will be the lasting positive effects from this period of remote relationships? In this roundtable we will present and discuss our findings and also facilitate an open debate amongst attendees about their experiences and learnings from this once in a lifetime period.
This roundtable will look at the key legal provisions relating to venture capital investments and identify trends and themes which arose in negotiating the key equity terms of those transactions. The analysis will be based upon the key venture capital transactions TLT have advised on during the last couple of years, which have included investment sectors; tax structuring; warranties and liability caps; compulsory share transfers; vesting; drag along, tag along and co-sale; board appointments; and other commercial terms.